Heinz No Salt Added Ketchup is now made with AlsoSalt to deliver the delicious flavor of America’s favorite ketchup without the added salt.
Maple Valley, WA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
Now your low sodium diet can have flavor using sodium free AlsoSalt. AlsoSalt offers the taste of salt without the health risks of sodium.
While salt substitutes have been available for several decades, all have an undesirable, metallic aftertaste. AlsoSalt is different. It is all natural and created through a patented formulation that effectively masks the aftertaste. It tastes great and it is healthy. AlsoSalt not only helps people reduce sodium in their diet while enjoying the taste of salt, it provides nutrients that are essential for good health.
Use AlsoSalt as you would salt. You can cook and bake with it or simply sprinkle it on food. When a recipe requires salt, you use AlsoSalt instead. Add it to bland low sodium or no salt added packaged foods to improve their flavor.
AlsoSalt is available for home use in shaker bottles in 3 flavors; original, butter flavored, and garlic flavored as well as individual serving packets.
It is also available for commercial purposes. Using AlsoSalt, the food industry has the ability to remove or substantially reduce the sodium content in many processed foods while maintaining the salty flavor. They can, in effect, take the salt out while leaving the flavor in. This is exactly what Heinz has done.
The H. J. Heinz Company recognized there are tens of millions of Americans who have health conditions that require a very low sodium diet. For these people, Heinz No Salt Added Ketchup is now made with AlsoSalt to deliver the delicious flavor of America’s favorite ketchup without the added salt. It contains 0 milligrams of sodium per serving. Look for the AlsoSalt logo on the label as your assurance of great taste. It is available in grocery stores across the United States.
Concerned with the apparent link between high sodium intake and high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and many other health conditions, physicians often prescribe a low or no sodium diet. Yet, they know people have difficulty giving up the taste of salt. In an effort to help their patients adhere to their diet, doctors and dietitians across the United States are recommending and distributing sample packets of AlsoSalt.
AlsoSalt is sold in grocery stores and online. To place an order, for low sodium diet tips, a list of sodium content in foods, and for more information on AlsoSalt, visit http://www.alsosalt.com.